Ted Nugent Featured On 80’s At 8 With “Wango Tango” [VIDEO]
He may be crazy, he may be wild but you got to love Ted Nugent.
He’s come a long way since the sixties when in the band, “The Royal High Boys” and ‘The Lourds”. Roughly 1967-1968, “The Amboy Dukes” were formed, then “Ted Nugent and the Amboy Dukes” all before 1975 when it was Billed as “Ted Nugent”.
Ted has had many a nickname Uncle Ted,Terrible Ted, The Detroit Madman, The Motor City Mad Man, The Nuge, and The Whackmaster.
Ted known for his strong political conservative political views and a spokesman for hunting and gun rights has made 34 albums and sold more than 30 Million records.
He had many a musical influence here just a few Vanilla Fudge, Jeff Beck, The Ventures, Wayne Cochran, Jimmy Page, The Yardbirds, Duane Eddy, Eric Clapton,, Steppenwolf, Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels, The Animals, Frank Zappa, and Muddy Waters.
He formed , “Damn Yankees” in 1982 after that project he returned to a solo career. Most recent tour was, ‘The Great White Buffalo Tour'(2012).
“Wango Tango” is from the album ‘Scream Dream’ and was ranked seventh in “Guitar World’s”, ‘100 Worst Guitar Solos’.
Who cares it’s a great song, enjoy.